We have a close clinical partnership with North Middlesex University Hospital, working together to provide better care for our local communities.
Our clinicians provide numerous specialist services at North Middlesex including men’s health (andrology), audiology, medical oncology, ear, nose and throat and radiotherapy.
How to find us
North Middlesex University Hospital
Getting to us
Bus routes 34, 102, 149, 144a, 259, 279, 318, 444, 456, 491, N279 and W6 all serve the hospital.
The nearest tube station is Seven Sisters, on the Victoria line. It connects to the main line to get to Silver Street, which is about a 10-minute walk to the hospital.
The nearest station is Silver Street, about a 10-minute walk to the hospital.
There are dedicated spaces for parking bicycles at the front of the hospital and a few spaces at the entrance to the tower block.
From the north, west and south, the hospital is situated off the A10 at Wilbury Way, before continuing into Bull Lane.
From the east, it can be accessed via the A406 dual carriageway, Bull Lane turn off.
The hospital has three car parks and operates an automatic number plate recognition system, which will identify any vehicle by its number plate as it enters and leaves the hospital car park.
You must pay for the full duration of your parking before you exit the car park.
See the hospital’s website for its car parking charges.
There is free car parking for blue badge holders. Please present your blue badge to the receptionist at the hospital's main entrance, together with your car registration number(s). The process may take a few minutes, so please allow a little extra time.
You need to do this the first time each car covered by your blue badge scheme parks at the hospital. You will only need to re-register your blue badge if it’s expired or if you’ve changed your vehicle.
North Middlesex University Hospital has disabled parking and step free access.
Accessible toilets are available in the hospital.
A WHSmith shop and the Coffee House are on level 0 of the main hospital near the main entrance. A restaurant and Costa Coffee are on level 0 of the Podium building.
Vending machines are in the A&E entrance, outpatients department, level 1 of the main building and tower level 0.
Cash machines are in the WHSmith shop and outside the main entrance.
There is a breastfeeding room by the A&E entrance.
A free direct telephone line to a local taxi service is at the A&E entrance, and in the main reception.